Question: What are the four years of college called?

Student classification refers to the familiar names for the four undergraduate years: freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior. Your classification is not determined by the number of years of college coursework you have taken but by the number of semester hours you have earned.

What is a 4th year college student called?

In the U.S., a Junior is a student in the penultimate (usually third) year and a Senior is a student in the last (usually fourth) year of college, university, or high school. This term is often used in college, but can be used in high school as well.

What are freshman called in the UK?

ACS Hillingdon Grade PlacementAgeUK YearsUS/International Grades14 - 15Year 109th Grade (Freshman)15 - 16Year 1110th Grade (Sophomore)16 - 17Year 12 / Lower 6th11th Grade (Junior)17 - 18Year 13 / Upper 6th12th Grade (Senior)11 more rows

What age is a sophomore?

Year / Grade PlacementAgeUK YearsUS/International Grades14 - 15Year 109th Grade (Freshman)15 - 16Year 1110th Grade (Sophomore)16 - 17Year 12 / Lower 6th11th Grade (Junior)17 - 18Year 13 / Upper 6th12th Grade (Senior)10 more rows

How old is the average college graduate?

23 is the average college graduation age for traditional full time students who start college at about 18 yrs whereas the average graduation age for independent students over 24 yrs of age is about 32. Traditional full time students are more likely to graduate college within 4 to 6 yrs of enrollment.

Can a 17 year old be in college?

In the US, colleges accept students who are at least 17 years of age. However, as always, there are exceptions to the rule. Although rare, accelerated students and home-schooled students are accepted, too. Regardless if you are 17 years old or younger or older, it is possible for you to apply for college.

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